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Wandsworth Council Youth Work Service

Wandsworth Youth Work Service works with young people aged 11-19 or 25 if the young person has a disability. The service: runs full-time youth clubs throughout the borough, offers a wide range of…

Positive Lifestyles Football Project

Positive Lifestyles Football Project is currently delivering within various locations in Battersea. This is for young people ages 12 to 17 years. The project offers a drop-in service and also offers an intensive approach for targeted young people. The football drop-in sessions are run: …

Wandsworth Independent Visitors (WIV) Service

WIV is a new Independent Visitors Service for Children Looked After. An Independent Visitor is a volunteer who befriends a looked after child or young person. An Independent Visitor will: visit children in care who have little or no contact with family, or would…

SelfieCop

Are you worried about pictures that your child might be taking and sending to other people? Concerned about whether your child is sexting? SelfieCop allows parents to to monitor their child's images to help safeguard behaviour. It also reminds young people that photos or videos…

Safe

Safe.met is a website created by the metropolitan police to support people with concerns about keeping safe in their community. This website is for anyone who would like to find out more on how to stay safe and get useful hints and tips on keeping…

S.T.O.R.M.

S.T.O.R.M. stands for Support, Trust, Opportunity, Rebuilding and Motivation. This organisation started as a self help group for lone mothers but has expanded it’s services to now working with a wider range of people in and around the local community, providing a…

Greenmead Outreach Service

This service is aimed at helping pupils with physical disabilities who attend Wandsworth mainstream primary schools. The work of the service is to support mainstream settings to meet the needs of this group of pupils. A specialist teacher who is experienced in working with children…

Stay Put, Stay Safe Scheme

The "Stay Put, Stay Safe" scheme is for people at risk of homelessness because of domestic violence. Under the scheme the council will install a number of measures to secure your home and improve your personal security. The scheme is voluntary and open to; council tenants,…

Wandsworth Independent Living Forum (WILF)

WILF seeks to be the voice of disabled people in Wandsworth, promoting awareness, independence, choice, empowerment, and mutual support. The Forum: promotes self directed support (direct payments and individual budgets); provides independent help and advice, local…

Exercise on Referral Service

 The exercise on referral service offers support and advice from an exercise professional who will arrange to meet with you at your local leisure centre. This scheme is for people with specific health conditions, set out in the attached leaflet.  Your…